CSCMP NY/NJ board members Sandy Vosk (left), Suzanne Richer (center), and Adam Lomasney (right) accepting recognition on behalf of the NYC Roundtable at EDGE 2018.


Erik Holck is currently the Director of Business Development for Port Jersey Logistics and a member of the company’s Executive Leadership Committee. His responsibilities include overseeing their transportation service offering and all business development activities including sales and marketing and developing/improving corporate service offerings. Erik is currently participating on the Supply Chain Analysis Team for the Port Performance Task Force and has been involved with many industry associations including CSCMP and the International Warehouse Logistics Association, where he frequents as a speaker on Sales & Marketing. He has been certified by the IWLA as a Certified Warehouse Logistics Professional (CWLP) and holds an MBA and BS in Business Management & Leadership from Rider University.

Immediate Past President

Suzanne M. Richer, serves as the President for the NY/NJ Roundtable. Suzanne - Director, Global Trade Academy at E2open – has been a member of CSCMP NY/NJ since 2005 and serves on the Educational committees of the NCBFAA, Baruch College and Rider University.  Suzanne’s expertise includes international supply chain management with a focus on global customs compliance and cargo security programs (C-TPAT, AEO, PIP). She has presented over 3000 hours of training on international trade topics in the USA and internationally.  Suzanne has a Masters Degree in Economics and was recognized by the Journal of Commerce as one of the top 20 Women in Transportation.

VP of Programs

Lindi Turok Gold, serves as the Co-VP of Programs for the NY/NJ Roundtable. Lindi has experience in Global Logistics and Supply Chain solutions in the Retail and CPG Industries. She is currently Global Solutions Sales Executive at BDP International, the largest privately held supply chain company in the world. In her role, Lindi is responsible for uncovering new business through intuitive, unique, and tailored global supply chain solutions. She received a BS in Business from the University of Maryland.

VP of Programs

Tom Elliott serves as the Co-VP of Programs for the NY/NJ Roundtable.   He has experience in product R&D, development, manufacturing and global logistics/supply chain, as well as business development and integration, in the aerospace and biopharma industries.  He is currently Sr. Director Network Strategy & Management at Pfizer Inc., one of the largest biopharmaceutical companies in the world. In his role, Tom is responsible for  improving the long-term competitiveness and performance of Pfizer's global supply chain network by assessing and initiating changes to trade flows, corporate-wide network change and master data management, physical network locations/roles and capabilities.  Tom holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, a masters in engineering from the Florida Atlantic University and an MBA from the Krannert School of Business at Purdue University

VP of Membership

Marisa Martin serves as the VP of Membership for the NY/NJ Roundtable. Bio coming soon!


Guliz Uncu serves as the Secretary for the NY/NJ Roundtable. She is a Manager in Ernst & Young’s Advisory Services practice aligned to the Life Sciences industry. Over the past 6 years at firm, Guliz successfully directed and implemented supply chain, organizational and process optimization projects in global environments. She holds a PMP certification and graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in Industrial Engineering.


Alain Chahine serves as Treasurer for CSCMP's NY/NJ Roundtable. Alain has a background in international logistics and holds a BA in International Affairs & Economics from the George Washington University and an MBA in International Marketing from Ball State University, he started his career in the 3PL sector and subsequently joined UASC where he was the Import Trade Manager. He managed the West Mediterranean sector. Alain currently consults in international logistics and supply chains matter. He teaches at Rutgers University and Union County College. Alain is married with one daughter and is fluent in French and Arabic. He has been on the board of the ICC, and CSCMP.

Sponsorship Chair

Raymond Kovonuk serves as Co-Sponsorship Chairman for the NY/NJ Roundtable. Ray has over 30 years of experience and has been a member of CSCMP for over 20 years. His area of expertise is from Order to Cash and has worked for large, mid-size and fast growing entrepreneurial companies. Ray is currently the Distribution Network Manager for Miele, Inc. which is a privately held German based manufacturer of high-end, highly engineered appliances and floorcare products. 

Sponsorship Chair

Sandy Vosk serves as Co-Sponsorship Chairman for the  NY/NJ Roundtable and is the owner of Advantage Technology Solutions. Sandy is a highly talented executive with over 30 years of experience helping companies achieve significant business benefits from their investments in technology. He has extensive experience in the financial and supply chain sectors including leading Fortune 500 and international corporations such as PepsiCo, MONY, TNT Express and Philips Electronics. 

Government Chair

Adam Lomasney is a Senior Project Manager at New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) in the Ports & Transportation Department where he focuses on strengthening NYC’s supply chain competitiveness by assisting in the management of City industrial real estate assets, coordinating multi-agency freight transportation projects, and developing relationships with industry stakeholders to create good-paying jobs in freight and logistics. Adam earned his M.P.A. from DePaul University and B.A. from Albion College.

Government Chair

Anne Strauss-Wieder is the Director of Freight Planning for the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA).  Each year, the NJTPA oversees more than $2 billion in transportation improvement projects and provides a forum for multi-organizational cooperation and public input. With 40 years of public and private sector experience involving supply chains, industrial development, and resiliency/disruption management, Anne often speaks on emerging trends and issues at national and regional events. She is in leadership roles in several national professional organizations and advisory committees and teaches a graduate course on Freight and Public Policy at Rutgers University.  Anne has a BA and MA in Regional Science from the University of Pennsylvania and was a Leadership New Jersey 2010 Fellow.

Education Chair

Michael Schubert

Marketing Chair

Tom O'Brien is a National Account Manager at IMS in New Jersey. In his role, Tom leads the sales and marketing efforts for the company's IMS Logistics Management Solutions division, which has developed innovative information management tools that help solve supply chain, logistics, and transportation operations challenges. Tom earned his B.S. in Business Administration and Marketing from William Paterson University.

Senior Board Advisor & Mentor;

Bob Murray is President of REM ASSOCIATES, a consulting firm established to counsel corporate management in the area of business operations and management.  He has more than twenty-five years' experience in this field in all aspects of management from strategy and planning to supply chain operations.  Bob’s experience encompasses a wide variety management roles in industries including consumer product, fashion, pharmaceutical, tobacco, and electronics, food, and chemical.  Bob has been on the Global Supply Chain Management faculty at Rider since 2010.

Senior Board Advisor

Sharon McStine is responsible for the management of Romark Logistics’ marketing and customer relationship activities. Sharon plays a key role in the development and implementation of the company’s business development objectives and strategic growth. Prior to joining Romark Logistics, she served as Manager, Industry & Government Relations for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Port Commerce Department working closely with the trade and transportation industry.

Young Professionals Chair

Anne Veronique Jean

Young Professionals Chair

Tim Sweeney

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